Kong Currency (Local History Unit, Hong Kong Museum of History, 1993. The dollar is divided into 100 cents, with the character ( Cantonese Yale : sn, a transliteration of cent) used on coins and in spoken Cantonese. AUD - Australian DollarCAD - Canadian DollarCHF - Swiss FrancCNY - Chinese Yuan RenminbiDKK - Danish KroneEUR - EuroGBP - British PoundHKD - Hong Kong DollarHUF - Hungarian ForintINR - Indian RupeeJPY - Japanese YenMXN - Mexican PesoMYR - Malaysian RinggitNOK - Norwegian KroneNZD. In 1939, the Hong Kong dollar was put on a fixed peg of HK16 1 (1 1 s 3 d ). Denominations issued in the 1860s and 1870s included 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 dollars.
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10 The new notes will circulate along with other issues for a trial period of two years, though the initial batch released was largely snapped up by collectors. Golden bull; refers to the gold colour of the notes) ( Cantonese Yale : dung 1,000 ( lit. In 1866, a local mint was established at Sugar Street in Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island for the purpose of minting Hong Kong silver dollar and half dollar coins of the same value and similar likeness to their Mexican counterparts. Exchange rates constantly change throughout the day and can change at the time of closing a trade. The One-Dollar Currency Note Ordinance of that year led to the introduction of one-dollar notes by the government and the government acknowledged the Hong Kong dollar as the local monetary unit. We keep the prices updated by checking the exchange rate margins and fees for each provider, and then apply them to the currency interbank rate; our best projection of their price to customers. 25 dollar notes did not survive beyond the end of the 19th century, whilst the 1-dollar notes (only produced by the hsbc ) were issued until 1935. In 1994, a bimetallic 10-dollar coin was introduced.
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